Today's Health Tips: To keep the body cool in summer, then know ayurvedic remedies to prevent heat stroke


Garmi Ke Upaay: The hot wind or heat in the summer season irritates the body internally and externally. Heat stroke increases the risk of many diseases. In summer, hot air, dryness cause physical problems. Due to which the Vata dosha starts increasing and due to this skin rashes start, dryness starts in the skin, the skin glows and there is a problem of dehydration. People also have problems like acidity, nausea, indigestion during summers. In such a situation, with some easy measures, one can get relief from the problems caused by heat in summer and keep the body cool. Here are some Ayurvedic health tips to prevent the rise in body temperature and keep cool during the summer season, by adopting which you can get relief from summer disease.

Four Ayurvedic remedies for heat relief

Amla has beneficial Ayurvedic properties, balances both Vata and Pitta dosha. This gives coolness to the body. Consumption of amla also removes phlegm. Consuming raw gooseberry in summer is very beneficial for the body. Amla protects the body from damage caused by heat or scorching air. In summer, you can consume amla juice, raw, pickle, amla powder or murabba.

In the summer season, there is also the problem of fatigue, lethargy and burning and itching in the body. Apart from this, due to acidity, flatulence in summer, there may also be burning in the stomach. To get relief from these problems in summer, Gulkand should be consumed. Gulkand provides relief from intestinal and stomach problems.


Apple vinegar
If there is heat in summer, then there is a lack of minerals and electrolytes in the body. In the summer season, due to the rise in temperature, the amount of essential minerals like potassium and magnesium in the body can be reduced significantly. To prevent this and to meet the mineral deficiency, consume apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar is beneficial for health. Take two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar mixed with a glass of water twice a day.